Yoga Onboard




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Published on May 8, 2011

Presented by TheSailingChannel.TV

A video with Kim Hess | Running time: 35 minutes
Yoga Onboard is a practical guide for cruisers and live-aboards. Sailor and Yoga instructor, Kim Hess, shows you how to adapt traditional yoga postures, or asana, using various parts of the boat as props to create a yoga practice that works for your vessel.

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Some of the benefits of a regular yoga practice include increased strength and flexibility, restored energy, and harmony between the body and mind--benefits that all sailors, especially on longer voyages, will appreciate.

Kim also runs yoga-sail adventures in the Exumas, Bahamas, Belize, and Roatan aboard Dutch Love. Meditation and daily yoga are part of a week-long adventure that includes sailing, snorkeling, kayaking, nutritious meals, and inspiring discussions about life and nature.

About Kim Hess
egan formally practicing, studying and teaching yoga during the winter of 1999 while living in Sayulita, Nayarit, Mexico. Returning to her hometown in Idaho in 2000 she continued teaching while her self study grew. In 2003 she completed a yoga teacher training in Miami Beach with Synergy Center for Yoga & the Healing Arts receiving her certification under a Yoga Alliance Registered School. Her studies include Iyengar, Ashtanga, Bikram and Sivananda as well as Pranayama, Sanskrit, partner & pre-natal yoga and yoga philosophy. While she has studied with some note worthy teachers, she continues to believe that her greatest teachers are her students.

Kim blends together the various styles of yoga she has studied along with her personal experiences to bring to life her own eclectic style of yoga; ones own body, the rhythm of the breath and adaptation are the foundation for a well rounded class accessible to all levels of yoga practice. She has been teaching full time since October 2004.

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